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Geometry and algebraic manipulation

The real maths start when you bid farewell to numbers. This problem binds algebraic fluency with geometrical reasoning and requires sound understanding carried by the idea of the midpoint, ability to form and solve an equation as well as use the worked values for further calculations.


Geometry and ratio

Another beautiful example of blending different concepts of mathematics together. This time there is perimeter, area and ratio.


Geometry Problem Solving

It is fascinating what can be made of a rectangle and a few lines inside. It is a simple structure as that one on a picture above and yet there are so many opportunities to expand your reasoning and take your thinking further. 29 more words


The Spacetime Interval.

When going through the questions and comments of the recent Zodiac series, I found a lot of questions regarding the spacetime interval and realised I didn’t go into it in any great detail in last years relativity series. 412 more words


On desires - A Pythagorean approach

In this article we present an excerpt from ‘Aristoxenus’ Pythagorean decisions and life’ where the issue of desires is shortly analyzed. 269 more words


Pythagoras & Secret Societies

Pythagoras (580 BC – 500 BC)

Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher who lived more than 2,000 years ago. As the founder of the Pythaoreanism Movement, he influenced the beliefs of Plato and Aristotle. 263 more words

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Challenges for the soul in the 21st Century - A Pythagorean approach

In this article we present and analyze two Pythagorean excerpts with reference to the soul. 428 more words